Journo Resources is run by a small team of dedicated individuals, but we often work with selected industry partners and groups who share our values and vision.

Want to join them and contribute to the future of journalism? You can see our rates here.

FP Communications

Our lead sponsor for 2018, we’re delighted to be working with FP Comms. A marketing agency with a difference, they are determined to offer genuine stories and interview opportunities to journalists, as well as make links with student journalists to develop lasting relationships.

Find out more about them on their website or Twitter.

Press Pad

The Press Pad is a voluntary initiative that helps match aspiring journalists who have secured an internship in London with a mentor in the business who provides them with a room rent-free for the duration of their internship.

Applications are open for the whole of April. Find out more details about eligibility and how to apply on their website.

London Voices 2018

This year Journo Resources is delight to partner with London Voices, a competition to recognise the best in grassroots journalism in the capital.

As well as helping to promote the prize, we’ll also be supporting two categories for which we’ll be providing prizes.

You can find out more on the London Voices website.

 Byline Festival 2018

Once again we’re teaming up with the lovely people at Britain’s only independent journalism festival to help provide a weekend to remember.

We’ll be complementing their awesome line-up with a mini Journo Resources tent of our own.

You can see more about their line-up on their website.

 The Student Publication Association

Our official partners since the get go, we’re proud to support the biggest organisation supporting student journalists in the UK and Republic of Ireland, providing free training, support, experince and opportunities.

Find out more about them on their website or Twitter.

The Overtake

We’re massive fans of The Overtake, and if you’re not reading them yet then you should be. Based outside of London (thank goodness) they’re creating a media which isn’t run by upper-class, old white men.

You can find out more of their amazing stories on their website or Twitter.